MUCH better. They're looking a little soft, but in comparison to your original edits they're miles better. If you plan to continue shooting newborns, keep in mind that constant repositioning may be necessary to get the most flattering and beautiful shot. #5 is much more appropriate than #3. If you're doing diaperless shots, you have to be very aware of their positioning and just keep working with it until it looks right. It may be fine for the parents, but not necessarily for the internet, people get a little uptight about baby junk hanging out there. I am sure the parents are going to be very happy with what you've captured though.
Much better! Newborns can shift alot and you just have to keep moving them and take ALOT of pictures. And a newborn will NEVER have good color to thier skin or clear skin so PP will become your best friend. Keep up the good work!